Senior Leaders Take on New Roles in National Sales and the Virginia and Washington, DC Office

March 23, 2016

As Turner seeks to improve our position in the pursuit and delivery of high-impact projects, we are pleased to announce that Ken Jones, vice president, will join the National Sales team. Ken will work closely with the local offices with particular focus on the healthcare and higher education market segments. 

We are also pleased to announce that Kevin Sharkey will now serve as vice president and general manager of the Virginia and Washington, DC business unit. 

Ken Jones joined Turner in 1986 as a co-op student in South Florida. He then served as a field engineer and superintendent in the Cincinnati Main office and Special Projects Division. In 1996, Ken was promoted to project manager. In 2000, he began serving as regional senior engineer for the Central Region. In 2001, he joined the business development department in Cincinnati and was promoted to manager of business development in 2003. Ken was promoted to general manager of the Cincinnati office in 2005 and was named vice president in 2007. He transferred to Washington, DC in 2011, and served as vice president and general manager of the Virginia and Washington, DC business unit, his most recent assignment.

Kevin Sharkey joined the company in 1985 as a field engineer in Detroit, serving as a cost engineer, a scheduling engineer and an assistant superintendent before being assigned to the office’s Special Projects Division as a project estimator and purchasing manager. In 1992, Kevin transferred to the New Jersey office where he served as the manager of estimating and purchasing for the Special Projects Division. He went on to hold several operational and business development positions before transferring to New York. In 1999, Kevin was promoted to manager of business development for the New York Interiors group. He became manager of business development for the New York office in 2000, and was promoted to vice president in 2004. Most recently, Kevin has served as vice president and general manager of Public Private Partnerships (PPP) – Social Infrastructure work in the United States

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